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Re: Patent Drawings
« Reply #30 on: Oct 20th, 2005, 6:31pm »
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on Sep 18th, 2005, 3:13am, gregm170 wrote:
Ooops.  I'm not sure why I have multiple posts.   Huh Sorry about that.  It's even annoying to me.  
 
Thanks for they answers.  I think most of the problems I hear about are just personal preferences by different people and don't actually matter.  I've noticed in doing work for different attorneys that each has his own way of doing something and if you do it differently, then it must be wrong.  
 
To me its just different, but not necessarily wrong.  Maybe if you do the same thing long enough, you begin the think that its the right way of doing it.  
 
Greg L. Martinez
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Re: Patent Drawings
« Reply #31 on: May 20th, 2006, 12:49pm »
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I am working to prepare a patent application with a patent agent.  The patent agent wants me to talk directly with the patent draftsperson to develop an initial set of drawings.  Is it OK to talk with the draftsperson or do I have to worry about what I say not being confidential?
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